Happy birthday to youuuuuuuuuuuu!!!

February 10, 2016 1 Comment

Hi there!

It's Yolanda here, from Scraping Time. You know that I love shakers and today I am going to show you a very "sweet" one since the fill of the shaker is that... sweet ...


I used colourful sprinkles for this Birthday card. I love trying new fills for my shakers!!

First of all, I die cut the structure of the card in watercolor paper. I wanted to make a couple of windows on my panel before working on the stamps.

Then I stamped the "Happy Birthday" sentiment on the acetate with Stazon ink from the "Just sentiments" Clear Stamps set before stamping the second part of my sentiment with Versafine ink on my watercolor false stitched rectangle. And, of course, I used the tiny bone again today. They are just adorable!!


Once I finished that part, I stamped the dog from the "Howl are you? Puppy" clear stamp set and coloured it with Spectrum Noir markers. For the grass, I inked a piece of cardstock with Lawn Fawn "celery stick" ink. I used the same ink for the false stitched rectangle under the second part of the sentiment.

I used a decorated paper for the background from Lawn Fawn and I put a double layer of foam to get a good movement of my card when you shake it!!


I hope you have enjoyed and maybe... you give it a try!!

See you soon!!






1 Response

Linda Lee Cook
Linda Lee Cook

April 03, 2019

Where did you get the false stitched rectangles die!!

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